Eating St. Louis: The Gateway City's Unique Food Culture

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Eating St. Louis: The Gateway City's Unique Food Culture

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Eating St. Louis: The Gateway City s Unique Food Culture explores why we eat what we eat (and where we eat it), serving up stories and photos of the places, people, and comestibles that have come to define and feed St. Louis. Patricia Corrigan, book author and former Post-Dispatch restaurant critic, interviewed more than 130 individuals to learn little-known tales about local restaurants, food manufacturers, groceries and specialty food shops. Here too are tidbits about our gourmet food, low food, fast food, and slow food, facts about local farmers markets (and the sources of the bounty), and a spicy spoonful of the politics of food. Eating St. Louis also raises a glass to local breweries, wineries and iconic watering holes. Published by Reedy Press in cooperation with Doisy College of Health Sciences at Saint Louis University. Hardcover, 9x9, 160 pages

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